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World Cup: England beat Netherlands by six wickets

Tuesday February 22, 2011 10:37:38 PM, IANS

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Nagpur: England defeated the Netherlands by six wickets in a World Cup Group B match at the Vidarbha Cricket Asociation (VCA) Stadium in Jamtha Tuesday.

Chasing a target of 293, England made 296 for four in 48.4 overs with Paul Collingwood and Ravi Bopara remaining unbeaten on 30 each. Andrew Strausss was the top scorer with 88 while Jonathan Trott made 62.

 

Scoreboard

Scoreboard of the World Cup Group B match between England and the Netherlands at the Vidarbha Cricket Association (VCA) Stadium Tuesday.

The Netherlands:
Alexei Kervezee c Prior b Bresnan 16
Wesley Barresi st Prior b Swann 29
Tom Cooper c Anderson b Collingwood 47
Ryan ten Doeschate c Bopara b Broad 119
Bas Zuiderent c Collingwood b Swann 1
Tom de Grooth b Broad 28
Peter Borren not out 35
Mudassar Bukhari not out 6

Extras: (b-3, lb-3, w-2, nb-3) 11
Total: (for six wickets in 50 overs) 292

Fall of wickets: 1-36 (Kervezee, 6.2 overs), 2-58 (Barresi, 11.4), 3-136 (Cooper, 28.1), 4-149 (Zuiderent, 32.5), 5-213 (de Grooth, 42.5), 6-274 (ten Doeschate, 48.1)

Bowling:
James Anderson 10 0 72 0
Stuart Broad 10 2 65 2
Tim Bresnan 10 0 49 1
Graeme Swann 10 0 35 2
Paul Collingwood 8 0 46 1
Kevin Pietersen 2 0 19 0

England:
Andrew Strauss c Cooper b Bukhari 88
Kevin Pietersen c Borren b Seelaar 39
Jonathan Trott st Barresi b ten Doeschate 62
Ian Bell b ten Doeschate 33
Paul Collingwood not out 30
Ravi Bopara not out 30

Extras (b 1, lb 2, w 11) 14
Total (for four wickets in 48.4 overs) 296

Fall of wickets: 1-105 (Pietersen, 17.4 overs), 2-166 (Strauss, 29.2), 3-224 (Trott, 40.1), 4-241 (Bell, 42.6)

Bowling:
Mudassar Bukhari 9 0 54 1
Berend Westdijk 7 0 41 0
Bernard Loots 9.4 0 74 0
Pieter Seelaar 10 0 54 1
Ryan ten Doeschate 10 0 47 2
Tom Cooper 3 0 23 0

Toss: Netherlands and chose to bat
Result: England won by six wickets
Umpires: Asad Rauf (Pakistan) and Bruce Oxenford (Australia)
TV umpire: Kumar Dharmasena (Sri Lanka)
Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (Sri Lanka)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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